Dr. Christopher Zambakari has built a strong foundation as a visionary leader, scholar, international consultant, and speaker. He is a Professor in the College of Global Studies at Cambridge Graduate University International (CGUI) and Faculty in the Executive Global MBA Program at Minhaj University Lahore (MUL) in Pakistan. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Arizona State University (USA), MBA in International Finance from University of Buckingham (UK), a Master degree in International Studies with a specialization in Conflict Resolution from the University of Queensland (Australia), and a Doctorate in Law and Policy (LP.D) from Northeastern University (USA).
He is member of the Board of Directors of The Sudan Studies Association (SSA) and Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Nile Institute for Peace and Development (NIPD). He has led and implemented programs throughout the world on important contemporary international issues. He has worked on cross-functional teams on collaborative projects with organizations in the United States America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and in the Middle East. In 2013, he received the prestigious Rotary International Peace Fellowship to study at the University of Queensland in Australia. He has prepared reports for the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Berghof Foundation, consulted and contributed to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) commissioned reports on anti-corruption initiatives in East and Southern Africa as well as infrastructures for peace. His areas of research and expertise are in policy development that ensures political stability and socio-economic development, political federations and regional markets, transitional processes, the rule of law, postcolonial violence, and nation-building projects in Africa and in the Middle East. His work has been published in law, economic, and public policy journals.